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Old 01-20-2009, 06:17 PM   #7
somebody shut me the fark up.
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Trust me, I have both the Weber and the BGE.. You want the BGE

Originally Posted by thillin View Post
It's the most versatile cooker you'll have. High heat searing, low and slow, baking and pizzas. I use mine a couple of times a week. I havn't fired up my Klose in a year and the gasser has been used once(because the wife decided to grill asparagus). Get a large with plate setter and you can do just about anything. Add a BGE pizza stone when you can. ($50+/-). Decide if you want to build a table or buy a nest. Nest can be picked up used from people that end up buying or building a table. And it has a lifetime warranty. Longest cook i recorded was 26 hours on a single load of lump.(could've held more than I loaded.)
Mine was 29 hours... did a HUGE chuck roast (about 16 pounds) and then two dutch ovens of chili on a single load!

Originally Posted by jtfisher63 View Post
Show her this thread

Youi just can't cook steaks on a Weber like an Egg, sorry.
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